Colours & Emotion For June 2020

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  1. powerful colour Red

    Is the lockdown period making you lethargic and low? For most of you who are not used to working from home, you could feel your productivity lagging and see a drop in your energy levels. If you are wondering how to keep the energy intact while working from home, you can try a powerful colour like red. Keep your energy levels high with the colour red as it is a colour that can save your day. If you are lacking motivation and need a boost of confidence, you know which colour to go for!

  2. powerful colour

    Looking for a colour to help you feel stronger during the lockdown period? Purple can help bring clarity to the mind in times of reflection. Opt for darker purples to slow down your pace and listen to your inner voice. Bright purples such as violet can give you the inspiration and vision you need to look ahead to the future. Add pops of purple either as an accent wall or in decor pieces in your living space to reap its benefits.

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Colours & Fashion For June 2020

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Pink Colour

Fashion in time of COVID-19 is something that no one has ever seen before! The face mask has gone straight from curiosity to commonplace, in a matter of few weeks. Along with being a safety gear, it has become a fashion accessory, with people wearing a rainbow of creative and colourful face masks to go to grocery stores and run errands. Fashion enthusiasts won’t seem to let COVID-19 dampen their spirits, with most sporting animal print and funky patterned face masks. Looks like the usage of masks is not likely to go away anytime soon and will probably become part of the ‘new normal.’ There are masks available to suit every taste and liking. Paint your imagination. Choose one that suits your personality.

 

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Colours & Gems For June 2020

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  1. Lepidolite

    Lepidolite
    Do you struggle to find inner peace? If your life is hectic and your mind full of worries, the pink and purple gemstone known as Lepidolite can help. Apart from being the zodiac stone for Libra, it is one of the best mood stabilisers in the world of gemstones. It contains high amounts of lithium, which is also used in anti-anxiety medication. Lepidolite also aids in overcoming any kind of emotional or mental dependency, helping in the release of addictions. It helps with deep emotional healing and reduces stress and depression.

  2. Danburite

    Danburite
    This gemstone is known as Danburite, a gentle yet powerful crystal that gets its name from Danbury, Connecticut, north of New York City, where it was first discovered. It is believed to emit the purest vibrations, radiating beautiful energy all around. It is also known to release stress and worry. The gemstone is also beneficial when you are unwell although it is particularly effective on spiritual and emotional levels. If you have been suffering from disturbed sleep, you can gain peace by placing a piece of Danburite under your pillow. Considered a powerful healing stone, it has a strong detoxifying action. This gemstone occurs in colours like pink, blue, brown and yellow. In general, gemstones are a deeply personal choice that reflects the facets of your personality, but they can still be picked based on colour trends.

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Colours & Nature For June 2020

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  1. Gulmohar

    Gulmohar
    What you are looking at is a flamboyant tree, considered by some as the world’s most colourful tree. It is known as Gulmohar, scientific name Delonix regia. It was discovered in the early 19th century in its native Madagascar by botanist Wensel Bojer. The tree is covered with exuberant flaming-red flowers for several weeks in the month of May and June. The individual flowers are four spoon-shaped with petals about 3 inches long and one upright comparatively larger petal which is marked with yellow and white. The fern-like leaves comprise of small, individual leaflets that fold at dusk. The Gulmohar tree gets 30-40 feet tall but its beautiful wide-spreading canopy can be wider than its height.

  2.  European Green Woodpecker

    European Green Woodpecker
    What you are looking at is one of the most fascinating birds on this planet! Commonly known as the green woodpecker, this bird has been given many folk names such as yaffle, yaffle bird, yaffingale, yappingale, laughing Betsey, weather cock, rain bird, wet bird, nickle, Jack Eikle and nicker pecker! It is unmistakable by its wings that are dark green in colour with a yellow rump that is visible in flight, which serves as a beautiful colour combination and a sight to the eyes. The bird has a distinctive ‘laughing’ call that is a clear giveaway of its presence in the surroundings. One of the most interesting facts about the bird is that its tongue is so long that it coils behind its skull to fit inside its head! It is not just a colourful character but a fascinating one too!

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